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the spin stops here because we're always looking out for you. >> sean: the administration would like to you believe the president is flexing his muscles we all know it's just a show. joining me now to react, always shy, ann coulter, how are you? >> fine, thank you. good to see you. >> 42% approval rating. 74% of americans think the american people are too dependent on government. what does that say? >> the american people are schizophrenic on this, they always say zboft too big. then you talk about what you're going to cut. no. no. don't cut that. one exception is obama care. and that is why stopping amnesty is important that remains the most important issue if amnesty goes through obama care will not be overturned. hispanics support obama care so please do not take your eye off the ball because obama care already passed in the senate they're trying to flip it through by not talking about it. politicians know as soon as we talk about it people will write and call and tell us we don't want obama care. as long as they don't say anything, we can slip it through the dark of night and republican
. sean, i'm representing one of the groups. they say they need an exception of time, why, because of criminal investigations of irs officials. that's pretty clear although we haven't been contacted by anybody with the fbi but they're saying there's an investigation. number three, the lois lerner e-mail back and forth to the fec lawyer was going on when there was not even an fec investigation. that has to be authorized. you know what the answer is? no wonder she took the fifth amendment. >> before we get to that, jay, i want to ask you one more question. explain, though, the law as it relates to the collusion between the fec and the irs. explain it. >> there are particular provisions of the internal revenue code. remember, sean, i came out of the irs chief counsel's office when i came out of law school. a government agency like the irs cannot share taxpayer information including ongoing investigations, audit information, with the fec as an entity. that's not legal. number two, by the way, to steves point, they cannot share taxpayer information that it has with a private citizen eit
to thank sean tai who prior to this has done the videos for the board meeting. and would you please come up to the podium? thank you. the health service board would like to thank sean tai the founder of zty media for his excellent service documenting health service board meeting since october 2010. we commend shane for his professional dedication and technical expertise. this creation of the hss youtube channel has provided meeting access to hss members, elected officials, news media, and others who could not attend in person. these recordings were also used to document requests and questions posed by the board and public comment. in addition to his work for hss, we would like to acknowledge sean's commitment to the oakland digital arts and literary center, a nonprofit that empowers students and small businesses in undeserved communities to succeed in the digital economy. we encourage sean tai and zty media to be among the vendors that bid on other digital video services proposals issued by health service system. the members of the health service board wish sean tai the best of luck in his
into sean hannity's slot at 9:00. without telling us where sean hannity would go or what happens to the rest of the line-up, you guys have been following fox news more closely than anybody else. what's this all about? do you think this is going to happen? >> well, look, it seems likely, right. i mean fox has announced some time ago megan kelly would be moving into a prime time show. the question has always been -- where? that prime timelineup has been locked down for a decade now so drudge -- if drudge's reporting is to be believed, it will be that 9:00 slot which raises the question where does sean hannity go? does he move to 10:00? where does greta move next? megan kelly is somebody that we've kept a close eye on over the years. she's been out there in front of the some of the largest right wing scandalmongering that we've seen, typical of fox news. she's also done some very good reporting, particularly on issues of women's rights, you know, fair pay type issues. so its agoing to be interesting to watch how she reacts to moving from what fox claims is the newshours during the day to what t
industria al realizar los cambios de diseÑo necesario para que sean mÁs seguros los automÓviles, aseguran que sÍ presta atenciÓn la industria, univisiÓn. >>> con esto nos vamos, en nombre de todas las personas que hacen posible el noticiero gracias y buenas noches, nos vemos maÑana. ♪. >> ¿dice que el gobernador se quiere casar con usted? >> sÍ. pero, ¿sabe quÉ? venga conmigo, vamos al bar. ahÍ podremos platicar tranquilamente fuera del alcance de los curiosos y los chismosos. >> como usted prefiera. >> no, bueno yo lo hago por consideraciÓn a usted. no le conviene que lo vean hablando conmigo, su muchachita ya me odia lo suficiente. >> mi muchachita, como usted le llama, me tiene sin cuidado. >> ay, no me diga eso porque no se lo voy a creer. ¿le sirvo algo de tomar? puede ser que lo necesite. >> no. >> muy bien. >> muchas gracias. ahora sÍ, digame, ¿para quÉ me mandÓ a buscar?
. sean phillips scoops it up for a touchdown, the only touchdown of the game. the 49ers could not take care of the ball. colt mccoy gets intercepted by mike adams. the broncos win 10-6. >> brandon belt's 12th of the year. >>> tiger woods was in red figures until he got into his final hole in the afternoon. goes from the thick rough to the sand. he double bogeys to finish 1 over. adam scott won the masters and nails the putt on 15. >> there you go. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, [indistinct chatter] >> all right, you ready for this? >> yeah, we walk around, everyone sees our faces, and we leave, right? >> yeah. >> okay. >> wait, should i have left the car running? [both giggle] >> oh. >> oh, don't get us wrong. we like picnics. >> come on, who doesn't like a picnic? >> tell 'em what happened last year. >> i had this huge spider in my baseball mitt. >> no, no, that guy who hit on me. >> oh, right, some drunk guy hit on pam last year. said he was grabbing her for balance.
, also,hite house calls benghazi a phony scandal, pat smith lost her son sean to terrorists that day, she says there is nothing phones out that ca -- phony about that. "new york times" reported nsa is snooping on a broader ran of americans who communicate with people overseas. this issthe director of nsa, reveals new steps to prevent another snowden from accessing america' top-secret, fox news chief white house correspondent ed henry with the report. >> reporter: general keith alexander, revealed a new step to crackdown, prevent computer administrator from leaking classified duments, revealing he slashing by 90% the nearly 1,000 systems administrators either employed by his agency or like snowden hired as contractors. >> what we're in the process of doing, not fastenough, reducing system by 9% for first -- 90% to make our networks more secure. >> reporter: nsa officl told fo the agency had been planning the cuts before t leaks but is now accelerating them to reduce number of outside people with access to sensitive information. nsa officls saying that move will provide quote, greater grand
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says that title ix changes civilization. >> empower women. >> okay, well, sean is the former president of the association for girls and women. >> i would agree. >> wasn't civilization changing? >> gas. >> it has had a huge impact on our society today. >> so you were an athlete as a child. when he wanted to play soccer, there wer overall teams. and you ended up is the only girl. >> correct. >> by college-age at penn state, there were some girls teams and i guess, there were some women's teams, but the teams that i played on, the soccer team was part of the status and we wanted to be a varsity team and get the recognition and support. at the time, penn state do not support women's soccer, so we filed a title ix complaint so that we would have equal opportunities. john: i would argue that people were just waking up to what women can do at the time and this could happen anywhere. if women wanted to play sports universities would've accommodated them. >> it would've happened very slowly. john: why would the university not want to help these women? >> to provide activities in athlets that co
, mary a, who's here with me, and three children -- aaron, sean, and megan. and megan is 8, and i just started coaching her in lacrosse, so it's anotheher five years. yeah, oh. it nev ends. it never ends. but it's fun. good to have all of you here. get ready. we'll do another "to up." this one is worth $2,000. ken,n, grab one of those. and here we go. "thing" is the category. [ bell chimes ] dawn. burst of energy. yeah. good job. [ applause ] and that's how it sounded. you'll be spinning the wheel in a moment. right now, jim, can you manage a burst of energy right now? i think you can plug in a major appliance to me, pat. 's that good. tonight's jackpot round is brought to you by denny's. announcer: denny's value menu's got the cheese quesadill all-you-can-eat pancakes, the classic burger, the fried cheese melt. [ sighs ] so many choices, so little airtime. the $2 $4 $6 $8 lue menu. only at denny's. and here's tonight's featured sandals resorts getaway. indulge in a luxury-included vacation created exclusively for two people in love at the sandals resort of your choice. pat: experience
and killed along with his father -- both while sleeping. oakland's interim police chief sean whent says children should never die in this way. >> but it was just three weeks ago when 8-year-old alaysha carradine was killed opening up her friend's front door at a sleepover. and the chief said things eerily similar then, too. it's those same words that have oakland residents worried. kron-4's haaziq madyun spoke to one city councilman who has a dramatic plan of action for this crime epidemic. san jose. the killing of 19-year-old san jose state student kim chico. ??? hud iwe'll have a full live report on this developing news at eight o'clock. high who assists after a two hour standoff with a swat team, a homicide suspect dies in a hail of police bullets in sunnyvale. the man holed up inside a house on san pedro avenue had called 9-1-1 about 8 a.m. to report that he'd killed a woman inside the house. surrounded the house for to get the man to surrender. a police spokesman says the officers involved in the shooting had no other choice. police say the body of a woman was found inside the lawh
civilization. >> empower women. >> okay, well, sean is the former president of the association for girls and women. >> i would agree. >> wasn't civilization changing? >> gas. >> it has had a huge impact on our society today. >> so you were an athlete as a child. when he wanted to play soccer, there were overall teams. and you ended up is the only girl. >> correct. >> by college-age at penn state, there were some girls teams and i guess, there were some women's teams, but the teams that i played on, the soccer team was part of the status and we wanted to be a varsity team and get the recognition and support. at the time, penn state do not support women's soccer, so we filed a title ix complaint so that we would have equal opportunities. john: i would argue that people were just waking up to what women can do at the time and this could happen anywhere. if women wanted to play sports universities would've accommodated them. >> it would've happened very slowly. john: why would the university not want to help these women? >> to provide activities in athletics that cost money. it really forced
-0 niners. only touchdown comes on a fumble. he got crushed and gives it to sean phillips. hereby is one catch and then he fumbles. a.j. has to find an "a" game in hurry. anderson, hit hard. 15 carries, sitting up a bronco field goal. he tried to hold up on the throw and niners lose 10-6 and here is harbaugh. >> four times offensively. we got work to do. that we did and hard to win a game when you are doing that. >> more niner news, eric wright is a quarterback again. they acquired acquired him last month. he failed a physical and bucks got him and niners signed him to a one-year deal. he had a personal situation going on that the deem would not discuss, placed on the non-football injury list. >>> tiger woods won his fifth tournament of the year last week but it's been five years since his last victory in a major and shaky finish cost him in round one. final major of the year in rochester, new york. solid round but a brutal finish from the rough, bunker on nine. double bogey. he shoots one over. jim furyk, five under 65. great touch for the bird. march kin, the approach, look at the back
one series. backups got crunched by the denver bronco's back ups. sean phillips for the 9 yards. denver scores the only touchdown of the game it's 7-3. 49ers add three more turnovers. jenkins makes his only catch of the game. denver recovers, they win 10-6. both defenses look better than two offenses and peyton manning he barely worked up a sweat. >>> and former tampa bay defensive back wright promptly put eric on the disabled list. they could use him. >>> tiger has a bad day at the office and the giants finally look like world >>> at at&t park is supposed to be the tenth man for the giants but it has not been doing its job. they were 29-29 at home starting today. then suddenly the ghost of the 2012 world series shows up. is that collin kaepernick? i don't think so. 49,000 fans still show up. brewers pitcher donovan han gets beaten the first. the giants first homer in 12 games. tim lincecum strikes out eight brewers in eight innings, that's good pitching. they go 4-1. >>> what a strange ten days it's been for rosales. waived by the athletics, claimed by texas. but never played
bronco's back ups. sean phillips for the 9 yards. denver scores the only touchdown of the game it's 7-3. 49ers add three more turnovers. jenkins makes his only catch of the game. denver recovers, they win 10-6. both defenses look better than two offenses and peyton manning he barely worked up a sweat. >>> and former tampa bay defensive back wright promptly put eric on the disabled list. they could use him. >>> tiger has a bad day at the office and the giants finally look like world series champs again. even if it's just for one day. giants and golf coming up. >>> at at&t park is supposed to be the tenth man for the giants but it has not been doing its job. they were 29-29 at home starting today. then suddenly the ghost of the 2012 world series shows up. is that collin kaepernick? i don't think so. 49,000 fans still show up. brewers pitcher donovan han gets beaten the first. the giants first homer in 12 games. tim lincecum strikes out eight brewers in eight innings, that's good pitching. they go 4-1. >>> what a strange ten days it's been for rosales. waived by the athletics, claimed b
with this. >> yes. sean and lynn thought it would be a good idea to breck the news to his mom by having a scavenger hunt. >> so they told her they stash aid gift for her, she looked all over reaching the stove. >> what is this? >> what is it? >> oh, it's a bun. >> where is it? it's in the -- a bun! >> the old bun in the oven line. the video already has more than 35,000 hits. the baby is due in december. >> that is fantastic. >> really cute. i love her reaction. >> yes. she pieces it together. >> yes. >> and spencer makes the same sound when rain is coming+qrp. >> yes with my buzzer in the oven. low clouds and fog near the coastline. mainly sunny skies inland. there is that low producing lightning strikes yesterday north of clear lake. same pattern today pulling away overnight and losing influence on our weather over the weekend. tomorrow, nationwide will be looking at a typical pattern high temperatures 0s along the coast. scattered showers over much of the east and interior mid west california still not so warm as usually see down through central valley. it's generally hot this time o
sean hadn't hannity and we interview some of the candidates. because the base i think would like that. >> listen, i don't think -- i actually think that's a very good idea. >> now, here is the irony. priebus led a massive gop autopsy to figure out why they got crushed in the last election. the results, the party needs to, quote, learn to appeal to more people. this is how you do it, by shutting out news outlets and retreating to your own fox news echo chamber? if he gets his way, it isn't new voices that the party will be hearing and reaching just their own. michael steele was chairman of the rnc before priebus. joan walsh is editor of salon, and both are msnbc political analysts. michael, if this were still the steele administration, would you be pursuing this path? >> yes, some severe thunderstorm of it, to be honest with you. >> why? >> let me break it down for you. i wouldn't be pursuing it now, because there is no body of evidence to prove your point. and so there is nothing to really beyond the base to rally the american people and those in the media who like chuck todd and othe
, sean hannity, bill o'reilly, these are bajillionaires. you want took about elite and not being in touch with real people, let's start with those two. even that representative chris stuart who said most of his constituents. well, gee, congress has taken five weeks off. that's more time -- >> now. >> after doing nothing, after being the least productive congress we've ever seen. >> i want to know what they're taking a vacation from since they haven't been working. >> yeah. >> but the right started making this vacation argument the president's first year. watch this. >> oh my goodness. >> with the president paying so much for a week of leisure, you might think about money a bit. >> that's why the marie antoinette joke of the moochelle obama. it is why some people say that it looks like these two just wanted to be president for the perks. >> there he goes jetting off tickle his toes in the sand of martha's vineyard and probably burying his head in the proverbial sand. >> 16 vacations, 90 rounds of super golf. >> our dedicated commander in chief has since returned to his wonderful vacation i
the audience. >> hi. my name is sean lingus, i'm a reporter with smart grid today. my question is for mr. , mr. izard and anyone else who wants to answer. it's been said with regards to isac there aren't enough security clearances in the industry for everyone who wants to participate. does nerc acknowledge that this is a problem and, if so, what's being done to address it? >> hi, sean. thanks for the question. we, industry recognized that we needed to get security clearances out to those that really need it, so then you do the simple math, i want to say there's 4,000 entities, and you come up with a model that maybe three or four clearances are needed for entity. you do the math, it's just simply not achievable with the budget with constraints, the handling of that many background investigations, etc., etc. so who really should get those clearances? well, the cip committee, the technical committee that reports directly to the board of directors tackled this problem for about the eight months. we formed a task force, and we built a product. that's one of the reports that's going to the board he
: sean hannity, who keeps the public informed and that the truth and is never invited to the white house. the other is john hagel, the pastor of the cornerstone church in san antonio, texas. millions around the world revere this man. founder of christians united for israel. he has stood for israel, and he's the the truth of the bible. not what reaches people's ears, bible says.what the people act so lowly love him. he is on twice a day, and he is very funny when he is speaking about the church and the home situation. expert on --as an he knows the bible inside and out, outside and out. he does not back up from what god says. that is what we want in this country because the lord says if my people, which are caught by my name, will humble themselves and pray and turn from their wicked ways, i will hear from heaven, and i will heal their land. he does not make excuses or acceptances because it is politically correct. and he is a man's man, but the women love him too. he loves god, and he speaks the truth, and it is very rare today. host: all right, that is margaret in oklahoma. from page of
're not getting the same level of care? >> that is correct. sean manning, who is one of the victims and in fact the lead plaintiff in the suit that the victims were forced to bring against the government wrote an op-ed in the "washington post" the other day that lays out really in heart-wrenching detail the impact of the determination by the department of defense that this attack which obviously was terrorism and which the shooter admits was terrorism. it is classified as something else. it has tremendously deleterious impact on victims and frankly on a whole variety of larger policy issues that the government to date has really refused to address. patti ann: you mentioned the lawsuit. you have filed suit on behalf of about 150 victims and relatives of victims. saying essentially that the u.s. government should not have allowed to stay in the army given what you call his obvious jihaddist views. now i understand that lawsuit is on hold until the end of the court-martial? >> well, the government has asked the united states district court to put the lawsuit on hold until the completion of the cou
in certain parts of the country. other questions? >> thank you for putting on this panel. my name is sean. my most relevant affiliation if i attended a very small public school in illinois, graduate class of 1998. i wanted to ask you about are their constituency that are affected in the wake of consolidation? i went to a school that had been consolidated in the past and looking for the potential of being consolidated again. it seems to me that anecdote of glee when a town loses their school, that you seek lots of loss and community identity and vitality. you see the communities age, people tend to move where the schools end up. you see businesses dry up and property values drop. at least it is conceivable that efficiency the cost for students, you see losses in that community's economy and their kind of identity because a lot of these small towns, the school is what kind of brings the town together. so i was wondering if the panel had any thoughts about that. i know that small, rural districts where the focus of the report, but it has been brought up. >> that was one of your main points. >> i
you. this lady here next to sean. >> a little bit more about how marketplace pressures affect the work that your organization does? years ago there was the camel news hour. today there is more instances of advertising perhaps masquerading as journalism. >> are you trying to get us in trouble? [laughter] >> you asked about the sponsor content in that kind of thing? >> just perhaps what challenges your organization has faced in either keeping that it may or trying to do something with it? >> for us we are a little bit different than a lot of organizations because we don't have advertisement. we don't have down there at some we don't have pop-up ads and things like that. the advertising that is done on our site is responsive content and is labeled as such. it says this post is sponsored by or written by the acme widget corp. and it is very much in line with how we do things in terms of how the advertising is generally written in presented mostly because we do viral marketing. if the advertisements are done the same way the way we get our stories out is to write them in a way that people w
. his name is sean donely. >> sam: hi. thank you so much for coming. it's just right through the doors right there. thank you. thanks. >> alexis: hi. >> sam: hey, mom. >> alexis: okay, i made the runs at kelly's. >> sam: and what about the floating rib? >> alexis: did i tell you i was going there? >> sam: no, you smell like barbecue sauce. >> alexis: that's music to everyone's ears. all right, i think i convinced three people to get tested. how'd the turnout go here? >> sam: uh, you know, it's, uh -- it's not as bad as i thought. >> alexis: could have been better? >> sam: yeah, mom. it could -- it could have been better. i think the turnout would have been great if it hadn't been for derek wells. >> derek: [ sighs ] [ door opens ] >> ava: what the hell do you think you're doing, julian? >> derek: at the moment, trying to pinpoint where sonny's cover business is most vulnerable. as you know, phase 2 is -- >> ava: i'm not talking about that. i'm talking about this. >> kiki: you want to get married right now? >> morgan: yeah! why not? i mean, we both know what we want. let's just get it d
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